6 Easy Tricks To Fix Low FPS On Windows 11 – SlashGear
The Registry is a repository where Windows stores all its configurations, including the DVR settings (via Microsoft). If you can’t turn off Game DVR using the Game Bar, try the Windows registry (although it is a slightly more involved and long-winded process). You’ll also need administrative privileges to make these changes.
1. Start by opening the Registry Editor. Search “regedit” in the Start menu, or press “Win Key + R” to launch Run and type in “regedit,” then click OK.
2. In the input bar where it says “Computer,” copy-paste the following path:
3. You can also navigate to that path manually. Either way, once you’re in the correct directory, find the entry labeled “GameDVR_Enabled.”
4. Double-click to edit it.
5. Replace the “1” in the Value data field with “0” and click OK. The Base toggle should be “Hexadecimal.”
In the same directory, look for “GameDVR_FSEBehaviourMode.”
1. Double-click it to edit the entry.
2. Replace the Value data field with “2,” keep “Hexadecimal” checked for the Base, and click OK.
Next, we’ll edit the “AllowGameDVR” registry key.
1. Go to (pictured above): Computer/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARE/Microsoft/PolicyManager/default/ApplicationManagement/AllowGameDVR
2. When you’re in0 0the correct directory, look for the registry key labeled “value.”
3. Double-click it, change the Value data to “0,” keep “Hexadecimal” checked, and click OK.
Game DVR is now disabled. Reboot your machine for the changes to take effect, and test if the low FPS issue is resolved. You can continue to the next trick if it isn’t helping.
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